South Florida is known for its bar scene and nightlife and there are indeed some bars that have a history. We have compiled a list of the best for you.
Discount drinks and free food are always being served somewhere in South Florida.
Miami is one of the best places in the entire country to watch some of the most talented Latin musicians perform. Check out any of the following hotspots for some terrific live Latin beats, from up and coming musicians to household names.
Looking for the best hamburger in South Florida? Try Keg South, Charm City Burgers, Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill, Tobacco Road, and Kingdom for the best burgers to take a bite out of.
Get your groove on at Miami’s best spots to catch live blues music. From a fish house to the oldest bar in Miami, there are plenty of live music venues to kick back and enjoy some blues. Here are Miami’s best bets to catch the hottest blues acts live in Miami.
All a college student should know when it comes to sharing a night with colleagues in Miami.
Tobacco Road has marked a milestone. On Saturday, it celebrated its 100th year making it the oldest bar in Miami.
Miami’s oldest bar may be making its last call in a few years.
Miami is a hip city, well known for its flashy nightclubs and trendy bars. However, Miami residents are in on the secret that is the best locals only bars in the city.
From life affirming folk music to killer rock jams some of the best places to hear live local bands are the Poorhouse, Stage 84, Tobacco Road, Culture Room and Original Fat Cats.